02/24/2014, The most anticipated Android phone of the last few months has arrived. After being the object of endless rumors, the Samsung Galaxy S5 is finally –and officially- revealed at Mobile World Congress. While observers digest the news stream coming out of Samsung, we have had the opportunity to spend a short quality time with the handset, and here is a first batch of information that should answer a lot of […]
02/23/2014, One of the best-looking Android tablet is getting a significant upgrade: at Mobile World Congress, Sony is releasing the XPERIA Z2 Tablet, with a new design that improves just about everything about the Z Tablet line. First of all, the guts are much more impressive with a quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor (2.3GHz, 3GB of RAM) and integrated 4G LTE (there is a WiFi-only version too).
02/23/2014, With the acquisition of Motorola last month we can expect Lenovo to ramp up its smartphone lineup for the US market. As of today, Lenovo has introduced smartphones in 25 countries for the past two years. At MWC, the Chinese manufacturer announced three new affordable smartphones in its popular S-Series: the S860, the S850 and the S660. The S860 offers a 4000 mAh high capacity battery for an all-day of intense […]
02/23/2014, Lenovo continues its aggressive Android push with the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 HD+ which is a is now its top of the line Multimode tablet, featuring an impressive 18 hours of battery life during multimedia activities. In case you missed our initial review of the first Yoga Tablets, Lenovo’s goal with this line of product is to provide decent performance, a design suited for real-world usage, and an impressive battery […]
02/22/2014, Samsung launched the Galaxy Gear smart watch back in September at IFA and today, the manufacturer is coming to MWC with its new Galaxy Gear 2 and a lighter version, the Galaxy Gear 2 Neo. Both the Gear 2 and the Gear 2 Neo are now running Samsung’s OS Tizen, instead of Android, and they are both one millimeter thinner than the original Gear. The 2.0 Megapixel camera is now […]
02/21/2014, NVIDIA has announced that a new version of its Tegra Note 7 Android Tablet will now come with NVIDIA’s own i500 4G LTE modem which can reach a theoretical top speed of 150Mbps. HSPA+ is also supported as a legacy network when LTE coverage is not available (along with 3G etc…). With a starting price of $299, the Tegra Note 7 LTE looks like a great option for those who seek […]
02/18/2014, Now that the NVIDIA Maxwell GPU is available to NVIDIA’s add-in card and OEMs partners, you are going to see a steady stream of card designs and PC designs based on these two models. Both cards will basically replace the current GeForce 650 Ti and will allow NVIDIA’s partners to have a slightly more granular pricing. As you may have guessed, the GeForce GTX 750 Ti is the faster version […]
02/18/2014, NVIDIA has just announced that its next-generation of graphics processor (GPU) architecture codenamed Maxwell. This is in reference to James Clerk Maxwell, a scientist 19th century scientist known for his work on the electromagnetic field (he was the first person to unify optics, magnetism and electricity as being driven by the same phenomenon). NVIDIA has a tradition of naming its GPU architectures from famous scientists which goes all the way […]
02/12/2014, We knew this was coming, and just like that, the LG G Pro 2 has now become official, without much fanfare. You may remember our review of the initial G Pro smartphone, a direct competitor of the Galaxy Note 2. With it, LG made a notable jump in market share in Korea with that phone and since the LG G2 doesn’t really cover the “large display phone” segment that the […]
02/11/2014, Sony puts an end to the a6000 (alpha 6000) camera by releasing the official specifications and information about it. First of all, keep in mind that this is an NEX-style interchangeable lens camera and not a DSLR camera. It’s not new, but if you missed it, Sony is phasing out the NEX product name, which will eventually be completely merged with the “Alpha” line of products. I know, it’s a […]
02/11/2014, With the Sony RX10, the company introduced a new processor in the form of the Bionz X. If you loved what you saw from the RX10, you might be interested to learn that Sony has brought the same processor and introduced it to some of its new cameras, such as the HX400V. The camera will feature a 20.4MP Exmor CMOS sensor and will pack a 50x optical zoom ZEISS Vari-Sonnar […]
02/06/2014, Google just introduced Chromebox for meeting, a new integrated system that lets users easily arrange virtual meetings whether scheduled in Google Calendar or spontaneous. Based on Chrome OS, Chromebox for meeting is a dedicated enterprise/SMB virtual conferencing appliance that is designed to be much more affordable and easier to setup than existing solutions.
02/04/2014, It has taken more than a couple of million downloads of Everything.me, where this particular app will finally move out of beta, and is finally available as a full app in the form of its Android launcher. Apart from that, the new full Everything.me app will also come with a slew of new contextual features, including a new design and a new launcher name, no surprises that it is called […]
02/04/2014, Google’s Chrome OS has typically arrived in laptops known as Chromebooks, but it looks like ASUS will be going a different route with the announcement of their Chromebox. The device will be powered by Chrome OS, but the main different is that it does not come with a monitor, keyboard, or mouse. In fact one could almost liken the Chromebox to a small form factor PC. Just like Chromebooks, the […]